Southern Nevada Health District Discovers Data Breach on Website Affecting 300 Clients, Taking Proactive Measures to Protect Security of their Clients and Patients

Southern Nevada Health District website data breach attributed to ‘Malicious Code’

Recently, the Southern Nevada Health District discovered a data breach on their website that affected approximately 300 clients who completed transactions using the Environmental Health Invoice Payment form between March 4 and March 14. Officials found a malicious code on the page that redirected clients to a fraudulent payment form that appeared to be a credit card payment page not affiliated with the district. The code was removed on March 14 and law enforcement was notified of the incident.

To address the breach, the district has hired cybersecurity experts to secure the site and investigate the incident further. They are working closely with law enforcement to prevent future incidents and protect the security of their clients and patients. Those impacted by the breach will receive a letter from SNHD and will be offered assistance with potential identity theft and resolution services. As of now, there have been no reports of credit misuse resulting from this incident.

The Health District is committed to taking proactive measures to ensure the safety and security of their clients’ information. They are continuing to work with authorities and security advisors to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future. This breach serves as a reminder for individuals to stay vigilant when sharing personal information online, and take steps to protect themselves from fraudulent activities.

Recently, the Southern Nevada Health District discovered a data breach on their website that affected approximately 300 clients who completed transactions using the Environmental Health Invoice Payment form between March 4 and March 14. Officials found a malicious code on the page that redirected clients to a fraudulent payment form that appeared to be a…

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